It’s only seven days until we finally leave to Hungary. It still seems surreal. Reality hasn’t fully sunk in yet. Not that we had time for that, too. We’re still busy packing things and taking care of the things we still have to do.
In the meantime, we have been learning the basics of the language. It’s a very difficult language, but I enjoy learning it very much. I think it’s a very beautiful language. Tijs and I often test each other, it’s so much fun!
The more we read about Hungary, the more movies we watch, the more we love it!
- Hungary banned all GMO’s and Monsanto fields in their country, they burned all GMO fields to the ground
- It’s one of the European countries with the longest sun hours
- Sunflower fields!
- The language
- Friendly people
- The beautiful mountains
- It’s the heart chakra of the Earth ❤
- Very rich soil
- Many self-sufficient farms
- Thermal baths
- The country is simply breathtaking
And the list goes on and on. I’m sure I will be able to expand this list further and further when we live there. The sense of freedom we felt when we arrived in Hungary almost two months ago was overwhelming.
We’re really looking forward to it and can’t wait! Saying goodbye to our families and friends will be hard, but it’s not goodbye forever, of course!
Picture: Sopron, Hungary. Near the Austrian border. Taken by Benjamin Voros.